Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun is a popular anime series based on Osamu Nishi’s Japanese manga series. The fantasy comedy follows Iruma-kun, the titular protagonist who his parents sell to the demon Sullivan, who wants a grandchild and furnishes Iruma with a life of luxury. However, the story has a catch, and he makes Iruma enroll in the demon school Babyls.


The show has a 7.7/10 rating on IMDB and has received a generally good reception from fans. With the third season wrapped up, fans are curious if the show will be renewed for a fourth season.

Renewed and Cancelled Status

There is no official announcement regarding the renewal of Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun for a fourth season. However, given the show’s popularity, many assume a fourth season is on the horizon.

Possible Release Date

Previous runs of the show have had around 21 episodes, so there is no reason that the fourth season would be any different. With the turnaround for the show usually being rapid, it is possible that season four of the show could be with us by the Summer or Autumn of 2024.

Possible Plot of Season 4

The end of the third season left the story open-ended, which is another hint that implies that a fourth season is hopeful. In the season three finale, hints about the Music Festival arc were also dropped, making it safe to assume that the fourth season would indeed focus on this.
In Osamu Nishi’s Japanese manga series, the Harvest Festival features the Misfit class being told they must achieve Daleth (Demon Ranking 4) before their current academic session ends or risk losing Royal One. Iruma and his fellow demon students do their best to ensure everyone advances. However, the tale has a twist when they realize that a 13th student named Purson Soi has been hidden from the others.

“Will there be a Season 4 of Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun? There is no official notice of the show returning for Season Four. However, with the popularity of the series so high, we will assume that there will be a fourth season of the show.”